Stick & Puck is open ice to work on skills. Full gear required. Bring your own pucks.
Drop In Hockey is pickup game sessions for players of all skills.
Youth hockey leagues are run by our partner AMHA. Interested in Youth Hockey Teams? Visit the AMHA.
Spring League information coming soon!!
Adult Development Camp is for beginner level players looking to take their game to the next level.
We focus on game situation drills and teach you the systems that will help you play as a team
while building your individual skills. If you did not grow up playing hockey, this is the program for you.
We have the perfect pathway set up for anyone from kids to adults.
First you need to take Learn to Skate. It is best to get the skating basics down before moving on to Learn to Play. For kids 3-5, they will sign up for Hockey Snowplow 1. Kids 6-14 will sign up for Hockey Skating Level 1. Skaters 15 and up will register for Adult Learn to Skate.
Next, you will move on to Hockey Learn to Play. This class requires full hockey gear. Players will learn the basics of hockey from stickhandling, skating, shooting, passing, and scrimmaging.
Then, you move on to the development league or Rec Leagues!
Full hockey gear is required for learn to play (hockey helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, elbow pads, jersey, pants/breezers, shin guards, hockey socks, skates, and stick). https://newtohockey.com/hockey-equipment-buying-guide-for-kids/
Learn to skate only requires helmet of any kind, gloves/mittens, and to dress warm!
You can make-up one missed class per session. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org when you’ll make the class up.
Typical class times and days:
5:30-6:00pm: Snowplow 1-3, Hockey Skating Level 1 & 2, Adult Learn to skate
6:00-7:00pm: Hockey Learn to Play Youth
11:45-12:45pm: Hockey Learn to Play Youth
12:45-1:15pm: Snowplow 1-3, Hockey Skating Level 1 & 2, Adult Learn to skate
1:15-2:15pm: Adult Hockey Learn to Play